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As I posted on the 1st Gen Ram threads...imma post here in the 3rd gen as well.

Got a few more headliners done a few weeks back. Took a headliner out of a junk yard dog and brought it back to life....Also did one of my famous BEEliners. Check em out....




 

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Damn, nice work. What do you use for the mold?
 

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those look really nice!!! good job. how much do you charge?
 

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thanks guys...i use fleece and fiberglass resin directly on the board itself.

The BEEliner runs for 350 b/c of the multi layers it takes to form the bee. Just a basic one layer runs from 150 on up depending on size. The price goes for labor (art work, cutting templates, install of fleece/resin, and the final material over-lay) the rest goes to material. That...depending on the customer will range in difference.
 

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NOTE: This Tuesday I'm planning on a 2 hour road trip to Effingham Il. to meet up with 2 guys (well one for sure since he already paid) to take there headliners for custom work. I'm doing this to avoid shipping cost. That alone puts a damper on really get'n my work out there since the headliners are over sized.
 

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one i did a year ago....


I did this one for my truck....
 

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Looks great. I wouldn't mind having a big Mopar M on my headliner.

Just an idea on shipping, try Greyhound bus lines. I shipped a ricer bumper a few years ago for really cheap. There is a box store here that sells 4x8 sheets of thick cardboard and you can use it to make your own boxes.
 

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Looks great. I wouldn't mind having a big Mopar M on my headliner.

Just an idea on shipping, try Greyhound bus lines. I shipped a ricer bumper a few years ago for really cheap. There is a box store here that sells 4x8 sheets of thick cardboard and you can use it to make your own boxes.
I did think about that....just in all on who im gonna trust.
 

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its posted under 1st gen Ram
 

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where you from? i'm right across the river from st. louis.
 

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Nice Work!
 

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amazing work, great job
 

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Damn those are nice!
 

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yea i know where desoto is at. i'm from granite city
 

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excellent work, question for ya...how do you get the headliner to mold around all the curves and such without getting folds or wrinkles? i put a headliner in my wifes jetta and it was a real challenge and far from perfect. do you just use certain materials?
 

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Well....you in on the headliner man. I got room in my shop.
ehhh, not right now, i need more go then show. i'm in the process of tryin to beat my buddies chevy 4.8 silverado.
 
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